Good advertising on the sides of these wooden store ladders. Great patina from age and use. The main body has a wood construction which is strengthened by iron step rung holders.
in 1870, F.E. Myers went into business for himself and persuaded his brother Philip to join him. The pair first operated a repair shop and sold farm equipment .The brothers were a complementary pair and worked well together. Francis E. Myers was a superior salesman, promoter and businessman. Philip, widely considered a mechanical genius, liked to design and invent. Eventually, two other Myers brothers (Alvah N. and G. Denton) joined the firm. In 1960, the company was sold to McNeil Machine & Engineering Co., Akron, Ohio.
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Product code: 8552